Masks required at or within five metres of playground equipment. Some outdoor rec facilities are closed.
Representatives of Ottawa Public Health (OPH), City of Ottawa By-law and Regulatory Services, and Ottawa Police Service (OPS) met to discuss how the new measures might best be administered for a positive impact on health.
There are indications that the sleeping giant on Carp Road at the Waste Management of Canada landfill
site north of the 417, may soon stir.
Helen Thai, of Stittsville, was awarded a McCall MacBain Scholarship. The scholarship will help Helen pursue her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at McGill.
Seniors often live and spend lots of time alone. Since the COVID pandemic hit a year ago it really amplified this isolation, especially among the most vulnerable older adults.
Councillor Gower keeps the residents of Stittsville informed on various activities that are going on here in the community through his weekly notes provided to Stittsville Central.
The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus upcoming concert is “The Promise of Spring”. Sunshine is definitely in the forecast for the days ahead.
The Knights of Columbus in association with the Holy Spirit Parish Community and Youth Organization are holding an on-line auction to raise funds for local charities and causes.
The Ottawa Police Service continues to work with its public health, municipal and policing partners to implement new Provincial enforcement measures to support public health orders announced by the Province Friday.
The Library is so important for residents in every community across the region. No-one knows this more so than the Stittsville Library staff. They realize that residents will want to…
April 23rd will mark a momentous occasion for Kyle Bentley, a former Stittsville resident. Kyle’s debut novel, The Nightmare Schematic, is releasing next Friday.
The OPS will not be conducting random stops. We will be taking a deliberate and careful approach that emphasizes equity, legality, and efficacy in the application of these authorities with the specific and exclusive purpose to support public health measures.
The addition of the K2V postal code being listed as a ‘hot spot’ in the community has stirred much controversy in the last few days.
The City will work in accordance with Ward Councillors to determine which parks are problematic and should therefore have their hours temporarily amended.
Stittsville community members can use the discount code Stittsville15 to get 15% off their first purchase online.